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on the economy. >>shepard: and holder? >>guest: i don't think he will be in the job and can you look at the department of homeland security secretary napolitano, also governor patrick in massachusetts, those are two names floating right now. >>shepard: patrick, has there been any indication he has shown interest? >>guest: not yet but a lot of people when obama came in a lot of people wanted the attorney general spot. i don't know if holder had a chance to do it again he would do it because it has been so controversial. he is tired. when you have a chance to be attorney general, you usually grab it. >>shepard: they put him through the ringer -- wringer. >>shepard: [laughter]gerald loughner learned his sentence today but not before we heard from the victims and their families one more time including the husband of the wounded congressman, gabrielle giffords. and rare public comments from syria's president, bashar al-assad, the guy who is murdering his own people is speaking. [ male announcer ] imagine facing the day with less chronic osteoarthritis pain. imagine living your life with l
for international financial loans he needs to keep the egyptian economy afloat. he is working with president obama and he is sending his prime minister to gaza to get hamas to stop the rocket fire. >> the computer is taking us to a break. stay with us. >>> continuing our coverage of the crisis that is developing in the middle east, the israelis have responded now after the palestinians in the gaza strip attempted to hit israel today, but have hit other israeli cities. they are in recent days and now they have knocked down what they know about the palestinian weapons. they have called up 30,000 reservists and are uh massing the troops. the indication is there may be a ground incursing at whatever level into the gaza. the ambassador has been good enough to stay with us. he is an ambassador and we are talking about morsey's importance in the puzzle in that parts of the world. >> shepherd, he is walking a fine line, but he -- i think it is in his interest to calm the situation. that is why he is sending his prime minister to gaza tomorrow. i think the israelis will be careful not to attack anywhere ne
economy can't afford that right now. certainly no middle class family can afford that right now. nobody in either party says they want it to happen. >>reporter: the president begins talks with congressional leaders on friday and they have until the end of the year to reach an agreement. >>shepard: paula broadwell who had an affair with general petraeus admitted she took documents from secure government buildings. you may recall the day before yesterday the agents spent four hours searching her home in charlotte, after the reporters were told the investigation was over and then suddenly there was this. we will report, you decide. they left with move a dozen file boxes, a couple of computers and a briefcase and a printer as an intelligence officer in the military reserve, broadwell did have a security clearance to review certain documents but that did not give her the authority to take certain materials home. federal and mill their officials are now sorting through that evidence to help the prosecution decide whether to file any charges. jennifer griffin with this angle of the story. does
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